The slippery elm offered its bark; the sassafras its roots; the cherry tree its bark and its berries.
Two blocks from the grocery they stopped under a slippery elm tree.
The latter is often the case, because the name is applied also to slippery elm and white elm if they grow on stony ground.
About all that Tesreau had was a fine physique and a mouthful of slippery elm.
In the North, the slippery elm is sometimes known as moose elm.
Put a little of the mucilage from slippery elm in a teaspoon.
"This is a slippery elm tree, and I am making a hill so Squeaky-Eeky can slide down," answered the bunny uncle.
Common starch, or flour, may be substituted for slippery elm.
In California grows a tree called by three popular names: leatherwood, slippery elm, and silver oak.
Perhaps it was one of the slippery elm cocoanuts that fell on him.